Re: Learning how to do instances & raids
I understand your point Isolde.
This is a thing that was brought up in our Kin chat yesterday.
Some of our members were getting anoyed that for example when a Northcotton Farm was being called, it was always Tier 2. Whilst they didn't do it at Tier 1 yet and they still have to learn the instance.
In our kinship we try to get familiar with all the instances by doing them now and then.
Meanwhile we are also trying to get our kinship members familiar with grouping.
I have noticed several 65's who seem to have rushed to the level cap probably without grouping.
Thus they don't yet understand what a Fellowship/Raid assist target is, they don't yet understand what Fellowship Manouvres are and can do. We teach them that slow but steady.
The reason why in our server there are few of these learning instances ran PuG-style is that Withywindle houses 2 major kinds of players.
- Raiders and Hardcore Raiders who know every instance asap.
- Players who put off doing instances and reaching level 65 a long time and thus have fallen behind doing instances.
The first group isn't that fond of letting the second group joining their instance runs (Based on personal experience).
Bit of a shame really.
Withywindle: Hargorin, 85 GRD; Tharwil, 53 CHMP and a whole lot more offspring